FBC Note:The final phases of the Metabolic Meltdown Series. Dennis has lost 25lbs in 10 weeks of intense work. When you’re starting from the bottom the only way to go is up. We’re going to trim him down another 15lbs. The work becomes a labor of love when you see the results he has put forth.
FBC Note:The final phases of the Metabolic-Meltdown Series. Dennis has lost 25lbs in TEN WEEKS.He will lose another 15lbs in the upcoming weeks through hard work and the will to succeed no matter what the cost!!
FBC Note:This is Markus Krümmer, Snatch Grip Deadlifting 250kg (550lbs) at 90kg. Very impressive athlete….
FBC Note:Norik Vardanian said: Working on my overhead while having some fun. I do this exercise when my legs are tired and I don’t want to clean very heavy. Also, it is a change and I like changing up my workout.
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FBC Note:Dennis enters the final phase of the Metabolic Meltdown Series. Dennis has lost 24lbs in 9 weeks through our various programs. WE plan on melting 20 lbs more of excess body weight for better health and body endurance..
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Night owls have higher risk of being overweight and at heart risk!!!!
People who keep late hours may elevate their risk of obesity and heart attack, a U.S. researcher says.
Giovanni Cizza of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., says many in the United States don’t get enough sleep and weigh more than they should.
A study indicates people who stay up late, sleep too little and are obese also have signs that raise concern about potential heart attack risk.
Cizza analyzed data on 119 people who fit the categories of staying up late, sleeping too little and weighing more than they should.
The study, published in the journal Plos One, found those who stayed up late and lost sleep had higher resting heart rates and higher stress hormone levels.
“If you are an evening person, you tend to eat more, you tend to eat more fat than carbohydrate, and eat more often after 8 p.m,” Cizza said.
Copyright UPI 2013
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FBC Note:Jack Lalanne Diet-A man who truly cared about his students.He was so ahead of the times. Great motivational speaker who could always back up what he said through his own actions.
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FBC Note:CrossFit Training-In this video Chad Vaughn says that, with a clean grip, he can probably overhead squat 110-120% of what he can overhead squat with a snatch grip. Chad Vaughn and Wes Kimball are peforming 5 sets of 3 reps in the Overhead Squat.
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Alzheimers- Single Serving of Coconut Oil May Boost Brain Health, Reverse Alzheimer’s!!!!
September 3, 2013
Perhaps you already know about the numerous health benefits of coconut oil, but were you aware that in as little as one daily serving, the medium chain triglycerides (MCT) or ‘healthy’ fats in coconut oil may start to repair slow neural pathways and improve cognitive functioning and memory? This is true for people of all ages, but especially in senior adults.
The connection between coconut oil and Alzheimer’s prevention and even reversal has been made stronger than ever, as evidenced in recent studies like the one published by the journal, Neurobiology of Aging.
Why Eat (Healthful) Fat?
While many people believe they should avoid fat altogether, medium chain fatty acids are vitally important for our health. They help to:
Prevent vitamin deficiency since many vitamins like vitamin D are only found in fatty parts of foods (good, not man-made fats, like hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated oils which have been tampered with by man) and are therefore called fat-soluble. This means your body can only absorb these vitamins by eating healthful fats.
Good fats can increase the bio-availability of fat-soluble nutrients needed for multiple tasks in a healthfully functioning body.
Good fats support both physical and physiological health in developing children, starting as early as during fetal development.
As we age, medium chain fatty acids can help prevent cognitive laziness and loss of memory.
This article was posted: Tuesday, September 3, 2013 at 4:00 pm
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